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Marcellus Medina is a grandson of Juanita Pino, a son of Sofia and Rafael Medina and the husband of Elizabeth Medina. He is well known for his paintings. His style is influenced by the work of his uncle, JD Medina. His interest is to portray both spiritual and social life at Zia Pueblo. When he works on pottery, the pieces are made by Elizabeth and he paints the surface. He has won numerous awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and other events.

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Medina, Marcellus – Dancers and Clown Jar

Marcellus Medina is known for contemporary painted pottery using acrylic.  The jar is made by his wife, Elizabeth Medina.  This jar is a more complicated and intricately painted series of figures. There is a Koshari Clown, a “War Dance” and a “Zia Dance” figure.  Around the neck is a rain pattern and separating each of the figures is a traditional style dragonfly.  The clown is one of his classic figures and is wonderful in it’s detail.  The jar is signed on the bottom, “Marcellus Medina, Elizabeth Medina”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 850.00
Medina, Marcellus – Small Bowl with Zia Birds

Marcellus Medina is known for his painting on traditional style of Zia pottery.  Each piece is coil built, painted with native clays and native fired.  This small jar was made and painted by Marcellus Medina.  There are two very classic Zia birds on either side.  Each bird is painted with additional clay slips.  Separating the two birds are cloud and rain designs.  The bowl is traditionally fired and it is signed on the bottom, “M. Medina”.

$ 90.00
Medina, Marcellus – “Eagles” Jar (1984)

Marcellus Medina is known for contemporary painted pottery.  The jar is made by his wife, Elizabeth Medina.  Marcellus has painted on the surface with acrylic. The jar has an Eagle Dancer on each side.  Separating the two Dancers is a raincloud design on each side.  The painting on this piece is very detailed and there is dramatic motion depicted in both of the Eagle Dancers.  The jar is signed by both Marcellus and Elizabeth Medina on the bottom.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 150.00
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